HackerOne Gateway (VPN) FAQs
|What's captured and logged by HackerOne Gateway (VPN)?||All packets and netflow are captured. HTTPS is automatically decrypted, all other protocols (SMTPS, SSH, etc.) are captured but if encrypted, aren't decrypted by HackerOne.|
|Does Gateway (VPN) log each keystroke?||No, Gateway (VPN) uses split tunnel technology which doesn't log keystrokes.|
|What additional information about finder activity does Gateway (VPN) provide?||Gateway (VPN) provides session-level detail on URLs hit by each participating finder, including when, how often, and the duration.|
|How can the data captured by Gateway (VPN) be accessed?||Access is based on guidelines established by HackerOne.
Authorized program personnel may make specific data requests which must include the data requested and its intended use.
|How will access to Gateway (VPN) data be made available?||Data is made available via a password-protected Google Drive folder.|
|Where is the data log stored?||Data is stored in dedicated AWS S3 buckets that are unique for each program or Challenge.|
|How long is the data retained?||Data is stored for 12 months from the end of the program or Challenge.|
|Does Gateway (VPN) allow site to site tunnels?||No, Gateway (VPN) does not support dedicated connections directly to one or more assets.|
|How do I revoke access for a specific finder on my program?||Make the revoke request to HackerOne and we’ll disable the finder’s unique IP address.|
|How can we whitelist testing-related traffic on our IDS?||Each Bounty program and Challenge is assigned a dedicated range of IP addresses to add to your IDS whitelist.|